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me a big favor. if you don't mind, i am going to tell the story. this goes back to your first question about the confirmation process. when you go through the confirmation process now, at least if you go through the way i go through it, there is the nominee of a democratic president and if you characterized by demographics, i think they would say that i am a jewish woman from new york city. i am not known to have particularly strong feelings about guns maybe. when i went to all of these courtesy visits, the question i was asked most was not about abortion or religion or anything else. the question i get asked most was my views on guns. nobody can really say, how are you going to rule in this case, how are you going to rule in that case. instead they would ask me questions that were designed to figure out who i was and what i was. a lot of people, democrats, republicans, both, they would sit me down in the chair and say, did you ever hunt? i would say to myself, that is not really what we did growing up in york city. [laughter] they would say, did you have friends who hunt? hav
at the change all around pick up my guitar and play just like yesterday then i get on my knees and pray we don't yet fooled again ♪ no, no, no. the change it had to come we knew it all along we were liberated from the fall, that's all. but the world looks just the same history ain't changed because the banners they all flown in the last war i tip my hat to the new constitution take a valve for the new revolution smile and grin at the change all around pick up my guitar and play just like yesterday then i get on my knees and pray we don't get fooled again i move myself and my family aside if we happen to the left half alive3 i get all my papers and smile at the sky i know that the hypnotized never lie. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ there's nothing in the street looks any different to me and the slogans are replaced by the by the parting on the left is now the parting on the right and the beards have all grown longer overnight. i tip my hat to the new constitution take a bow for the new revolution smile and grin at the change all around pick up my guitar and play just like yesterday then i get on my knees
to have one. let me just say -- >> no, no, no. it is your show. [laughter] >> somehow i don't feel that way. [laughter] >> let's again express our deep thanks to you for spending his time with us today. what a wonderful opportunity for all of us to hear from you. one of the things that is always fascinating in the court is that we have a sense of who the justices are and what they are like and what they are interested in. you gave some tremendously interesting descriptions of how the court works. we cannot get that anywhere else. we are so grateful that you would take your time to be with us. welcome to alabama. if you ever want to come back and hunt deer or birds, i'm sure there are any number of people here who can help you do that. [laughter] >> i also want to thank you and your family for making this occasion possible. i do think all of our guests for being with us today. thank you very much. >> thank you very much. again, i want to thank everybody here and to thank you judge. i know how important law school is and how generosity like yours can make it -- i'm very appreciative
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